A CIO’s Guide to Brexit
What you can do now to prepare for the unknown?
There is a lot already written about the implications of Brexit and while the specific details are likely to remain unknown for some time, organisations need to start their preparations now.
There is a lot already written about the implications of Brexit and while the specific details are likely to remain unknown for some time, organisations need to start their preparations now. CIOs will be under pressure to maintain stability during a potentially turbulent time for businesses. Understanding the possible risks and planning for the future will be critical to creating realistic financial plans, containing costs, and making the most of opportunities that will be presented.
Businesses may be affected because they have geographically distributed teams, staff and investment may be diverted from the UK, while other operations may expand to make the most of new opportunities. This has direct implications for the management of IT resources.
This white paper explains how organisations will benefit from a small multidisciplinary taskforce to start their Brexit planning.
- Prepare – understanding your organisation’s exposure to Brexit is critical for making informed decisions and containing costs.
- Implement – implementation of Brexit changes require a formalised project approach, managed by an experienced programme director with full C-Suite support.
- Embed – properly embedding the people, process, and technology changes involved is essential.